Eric Norwood’s latest successor

You know how we like to joke about certain kids who seem to have been in a program forever, as in “Norwood, the eleventh year senior…”?  Last year’s standard-bearer, Florida’s Andre Debose, is gone.  But John Theus has a suggestion as to who’s the next man in line.

The rest of the offensive line has the luxury of four returning starters in guards Greg Pyke and Brandon Kublanow and tackles Theus and Kolton Houston.

“It’s like Kolton’s ninth year and my fourth,” said Theus, a senior.

Houston received a sixth year of eligibility from the NCAA in December.

Make it a good one, Kolton.  There won’t be a tenth, er… seventh chance.


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7 responses to “Eric Norwood’s latest successor

  1. Is Darius Dewberry still on our roster?


  2. Reservoir Dawg

    Is Lawyer Tillman still at Auburn?


  3. Hogbody Spradlin

    That made me think of:


  4. Mayor

    I actually feel good about the O-line this season. Gotta find a center, though…..


  5. W Cobb Dawg

    “Houston received a sixth year of eligibility from the NCAA in December.”

    It’s so nice of the ncaa to give back the seasons they screwed him out of.


  6. W Cobb Dawg

    “There won’t be a tenth, er… seventh chance.”

    Well ya never know. God forbid it, but he could get hurt in camp and sit out the season as a redshirt.

    Kidding aside, I hope he’ll rack up at least a couple degrees during his extended stay. Seems the typical 4 year b.a./b.s. isn’t worth what it used to be.


  7. Bubba King

    Hope Kolton has a good 6th year…great story but the kid has been the weak link in the chain by far the last 2 seasons